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August 13, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 22

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Thursday, August 13, 1964
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Women tnembf ri of the , National Defence Employee' . Aaaociation were " "charged t . with apathy by two of the women delegatea to the auo-. 'ciatloo'i fourth triennial con-, vention at the . Chateau Laurier. ' , ' ., Miai , Ruth . Welch, of . , fa . , lV .1 ' .. t' -X ..' 1. .x . - J 1 '.: - .' ' A . t i ' - - ' ' " - V ' ' k ii ' . I CASUAL BEAUTY ' Th new length for tvening coats I illustrated in this three-quarter trench coat of Canadian Majestic white mink, entitled "Nocturnal Sportive." I can bt worn over dress of any length. ; '; "7;r,. . "- t ..jix.'.. AT N DEA CONVENTION Lack of Interest Deplored In EmDlovees' Association Rivera, Man., provincial vice-pretidenu deplored the lack of intereat by women, In ' "their owit v organization." She aaid in an interview that the representation of female employee waa email. . WORST OFFENDERS , . Commenting on the com- l; ' The diamond yon buy today may be In your family for : generation to come. A a member of the America Gem ' Society, Urn More offer you only gem of true quality ' diamond that aauire you full value ia your purchaae. Coma , in. See our exquisite tclectioo m wide rant of price s ' cnrTtmo oKMOLOoierr . APPRAtaAL FOR INaUKANCB AND piTATn AL YEA'S JEWELLERS 189 SPARKS STREET-"On Tht Mall" run rtiime at m caA OPKN PBIDAT KVeNIMO UKTlb MINI . budost Tantie availabui , paratively few women on tht auociation committee, Mia Welch noted that men's wive who are working for the Defence Department are the worst offenders when It comes to no,taking an active part m the work -of the association. "I wish, women would takt more In-; tereit." she said. v She blamed the lack of enthusiasm by service wive on the fact that they art transients. r "Moving around a lot, many of them fact they don't want, to be bothered aha said.. . - J-: Miss Welch, a stenographer of the Canadian Joint Air Training Centre with the army at Rivers, has been In - NDEA for the past 10 years. She wss .named vke-presi-dent of the Manitoba division in 1958.- . Miss Nellie Nurse, treasurer of the Clinton, Ont branch, believes that women could take a much more' active In-'lerest in the association. A Stop KAY FEVER SUMMED ASTHMA 0l to ! Kticf awn MMctti sn4 SW4nf . Iron cm hm. bmihrs ,nJ .fwfr IM. fmn Mchy. wc v c. 1 houunat f othm mitftnn tske lmntcto', SAZ-MAH Cowln toe tv. Mf ntxt. Ym MM. can ,l,cr Ml ciHtUan, mw4 f tfr Ktftam bin tK arantzmm aure 4iy. Fcl brwr. bcitar. Ac knur. OM kAZ-MAH okh sm $lJ laww T Shop : VV-' t ' ".J","- ffw iff J ,." P pip p ii i .11 I" m m . THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 1 ' 22 THURSDAY. AUGUST 13, 1964. B C Government House Chatelaine y 1 T. Friday 12.30 to 9 p.m. A olhtr byt , . ; ' 9 i.m. to 6 p.m. '-J'f mmim .1 . GET ACQUAINTED OFFER , . FRIDAY, AUGUST 14tk ONLY ' FisSi end CsiiDS.v. Id... z with each purchase of an order of fish and Chip . . , at the regular prico of 75c , SC01TS CHICKEN VILLA' TAKE HOME STORES ' 142 Mtrlrib li. 132 Uerew Rii 134 Sparb SI. (4 Mavlts ef mm ef 1 ;,..,,, . ', mu'i' ;uym.: 44tn Fish and Chip only featured on Friday of back week at ,. ..'th) bovf locatioo. '. ,-,- t A ?'' " , n ma mat null ri tub ma. . A.4W'. VICTORIA (CP) - The road to Government Houae was long and full of memories for Mr. . George. R. Pearke. wife of Brltiih Columbia' lieutenant- hi governor. ' t, The 'memories go beck through- her huiband' army and . political careers and to 1914 when, at a girl, he almost tailed on the ill-fated Empreu of Ireland' last voyage. 'Mr. Pearket' father. Victoria real estate man W. F. U. Cope-man, and the family were booked to sail from Montreal on the -Emprea bound for England. "But- my mother wanted to see New York, so father cancelled the Ireland booking and w lalled from New York. , "Some of our friends were on. the Ireland May 1 when it collided with a Norwegian freighter and sank." More than 1.000 person died. missed Her debut . Mrs.' Pearke was born Constance BlytM Copeman at . a , ranch owned by her lather, but her family moved to this city . toon after. They went to'Eng-: land shortly before the war. member of NDEA for 10 years. Miss Nurse has been . secretary and treasurer l-' . ternately. The majority of . women take a "disinterested , view," according to Miss V Nurse. EDUCATION COMMITTEE , , , ' An education committee. Miss Nurse feels, would do s great deal to change the at titude, of some association embers. "They're all wiil- t take the advantages of membership, but few are will ing to work for them," she -aaid. ' t" --.! ,' : She hopes to see an tduca- -tion committee at local or provincial levels before too long. "It wouloNbe a greet step in the direction of complUhing our aims," she The association is amli with the Civil Service Fede tion of Canada and Is recog- . nixed by the Federal govern ment as the voice of the ' civilian . employee In . the, ' National Defence; . Depart-' ment " - " Of 165 delegate in the 19.-, MO-member organization. Ave are women. They are Mrs. E.A. Balsdon, Chllllwack; Mias Doris. Burgess, Victoria and district; Mrs. Margaret - Wood, Halifax; Mrs. Cecil , tallemand, Montreal; ' Miss . Esther , Maizlen, Winnipeg, ',artd Miss Welch. Miss Nurse ' it non-voting delegate.1) : The convention which opened her on Monday will .wind up Thursday or possibly Friday. .- ,. . PIGEON PIE NEXT. . WHITELEIGH. England (CT Three times in two weeks Frank Coslett could not face hi wife' evening meal because it was the sam as his Plymouth Hrm's canteen lunch. So now he writes his lunch choice on piece of paper and tend It three, miles bis bom by pigeon. QUADS BORN , BRUSSELS (Reuters) Mrs. Mai t Tliaiaia Nnl Mwa Kirth Tuesday night .to quadruplets, a (in iiu tnrve mi. vuw ui wi boys died three hours 'later. Recalls Her Career as Army. Wife i Jf I vJ MRS. GEOR(jPEARKES - h, ;.U ... r N - ; FUJAROS-STECK and Mrs. Roderick Fujaroe who wore marrii Saturday evening. Aug. The bride is the form n .Stock, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Benny Steck, Mtville, Ont i The bride ia a graduate of the Ottawa : Hospital. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mr. rge Fujaroe, Vegreviiie, Alberta, H is a gradual of the University of Alberta and received hi Master of Science 2 egrea in Electrical Engineering from the University of inokv. - .. L--;. -'.. ' .' . AUGUST "AV FUR Creations by the foremost Ca- . nadian Fur Fashion Designers. j . Exclusively ours and at sal price that defy comparison. LIGHT AND LITHESOME . ' Grev Lamb is dramatic back- h y ground for vivid personalities and nashing colours. - Also in the newest end exclusive ,, . shade of champagne. - r 7 $495 . 1 - up to 24 months to pay 119 Bank Street 232-IG26 Shop in Air-Conditioned Comfort I S ' j-Moo. thru Sat. S.30-8JO I ' She etudied the violin aad was about to make her London debut whet the family decided to return to Victoria. In IKS he married It, Col. George Pearke. VC. - -. Her husband, born in Watford, England, had come t Canada te lM, bomeetesded. Joined the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, and in 111 enlisted a private m the Canadian Mounted Rifle. , D u r I a g the war be awarded the Victoria Cross gallantry at Passe handsale. He . waa wounded five times celved the DSO. MC and the Croix de Guerre. After IKS be wi Winnipeg.! Victoria (ton, Ont., attacl college. Their practising la' ver, was 1 j. "It was ia, said Mrs. Paarkes. John, . "Thar yr4 trips to land, and 1 : remember iAMSI! ionad at King- the staff In Vancou- t Kingston. derful life." Eng- the VC winner and wives were called td London for a recepUeo by W Puke of Windsor, then Prlnet of Wales." , . army posting tat Ottawa tly before the Second World far was shadowed by the death of PriKllla. their seven-year-old daughter. ' V CYCLED TO GAMES In 131 Gen. Pearke was moved from Calgary to England mnea mm aV. kt charge of the rst Canadian Division IrifantryBrigad, and n lHt Mrs. FairM. and John ' John went to school at Malvern and Iwould cycle n mile to see him phW cricket," she recalled , S '-; . fatt-movin life , coo- and h lW the family to Vancouver wher Gen. rkea took over the Pacific mmand .of the Caaallen "Thar was gasoline ration ing and again 1 took to' bicycling." aaid Mrs. Pearke. The general retired after the . war, and in ltt became Conservative member '-of - Parliament for Naoalmo. 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